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Unmoving Images: Coney Island, Baby

The latest from Kait on still photography and slacking off:

Actually, I couldn’t think of anything photographically slackery. I mean, the nature of the medium is precise, lab-controlled, chemical-processed. 803 more words

Kait Ziskin

Reginald Marsh’s Coney Island

When the weather starts getting unbearable New Yorkers—Artstor staff included—flock to the boardwalks of Brooklyn’s Coney Island or Rockaway Beach in Queens.

This ritual is nothing new and was, in fact, one of the pet subjects of Reginald Marsh (1898 –1954), an American artist famous for his paintings of New York City in the ’20s and ’30s. 690 more words

Modern & Contemporary Art